Daily 49er

Upcoming CSULB panel to address First Amendment

Michaela Kwoka-Coleman, News Editor

September 19, 2016

Filed under ASI, Campus, Events, News

Cal State Long Beach’s department of journalism and mass communication is hosting a First Amendment panel Wednesday to address free speech issues within the current presidential election cycle. Titled “Protected Speech in an Election Cycle,” the panel will consist of Bill Dallman, vice president and news director of KCBS-KCLA and Kevin Johnson and Craig Smith of the Center for First Amendment Studies. Accordi...

CSULB computer science student featured in PBS documentary “CodeTrip”

CSULB computer science student featured in PBS documentary “CodeTrip”

September 18, 2016

“Computers control the world,” said Zoed Mora, a 27-year-old computer science major at Cal State University Long Beach.   Mora was given the opportunity to break into the technology industry via...

Turkey in Turmoil panel at CSULB convenes to discuss failed July coup d’etat

Turkey in Turmoil panel at CSULB convenes to discuss failed July coup d’etat

September 18, 2016

Thursday’s “Turmoil in Turkey” panel was an educational opportunity regarding the recent failed coup d’etat in Turkey. Held in the Barrett Athletic Administration conference room, the panel was...

CSULB’s Japanese Garden celebrates its 35th anniversary Friday night

CSULB’s Japanese Garden celebrates its 35th anniversary Friday night

September 18, 2016

Red tables surrounded the pond at the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden Friday night as members of the Friends of the Japanese Garden celebrated the garden’s 35th anniversary.  A string quart...

Crime blotter: lights stolen and family violence

Selena Gonzalez, Staff Writer

September 14, 2016

Filed under Campus, Crime, Long Beach, News

Son attacks father A father and son were brought to the University Police station by a faculty member Monday after the son hit the father. Upon being interviewed by a police officer, the father revealed that his differently-abled son had hit him, but he did not wish to file a report about the incident. Japanese Gardens loses its lights On Monday, the Earl Miller Japanese Gardens staff reported a theft of courtyard ...

Cal State Long Beach Associated Students Inc. Senate plans for student success

Meghan McGillicuddy, Staff Writer

September 14, 2016

Filed under ASI, Campus, Events, News, Uncategorized

Plans for voter registration, workshops for undocumented students and disability awareness days were discussed at Wednesday night’s Associated Students Inc. Senate meeting. In anticipation of the upcoming November presidential election, ASI plans to set up voter registration tables for Cal State Long Beach students who are at least 18-years-old. According to marketing assistant for ASI Judy Lee, voting registration will...

Constitution Day comes to Cal State Long Beach

Constitution Day comes to Cal State Long Beach

September 14, 2016

Every seat was filled at Wednesday’s 2016 Constitution Day Panel, with students eager to learn about serious First Amendment issues regarding the future of our country. The panel, held in Psychology...

CSU and CSULB push for increased four-year graduation rates

Caitlyn Mendoza, Staff Writer

September 13, 2016

Filed under Campus, CSU, News

Graduating from college in the span of four years is a dream in 2016 — especially since almost 60 percent of students who enter college to pursue a bachelor’s degree graduate in six years, according to the Department of Education. The California State University system, along with Gov. Jerry Brown, is pushing to increase the four-year graduation rate at all CSUs. At Cal State Long Beach’s annual convocation addr...